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using marshmallows and towels. not all were so lucky. such a time-honored tradition. a science experiment where you have to make sure it doesn't break. >> that's extreme. >> extreme level. >> my technique was egg parachute. >> look at you. >>> coming up this week, celebrating the red sox win using the same route they did in 2004, boston fans will cheer for the 2013 world series champs on saturday morning. >>> weekend time change reminder. at 2:00 a.m. sunday morning clocks fall back to 1:00 a.m. daylight saving time ends in the u.s. happy birthday to baseball star coco crisp who is 34. jenny mccarthy is 41 and country singer lisle lovett is 56. >>> coming up this morning on the "today" show. michael douglas, morgan freeman, kevin climb and robert de niro talk about their film right here. i'm mara schiavocampo. have a great one. >>> good morning to you. 4:30. i'm laura garcia-cannon. >> and i'm marla tellez in for jon kelley. we begin this morning with breaking news. it's happening in milpitas. a construction worker is killed during overnight doing road work on interstate 680 ne
at the science that's trying to keep athletes safe. they know how to manipulate and control you. the state has all the power. >> we have done more to destroy our way of life than the terrorists could ever have done. all next week america tonight investigates the campus rape crisis. >> serial rape is the norm on college campuses. >> i know that when i did report, i was blamed. >> then this friday at nine eastern, we open up the conversation in a live town-hall event. sex crimes on campus, a special week of coverage and live town-hall on america tonight nine eastern. only on al jazeera america. >>> and since we're in the neighborhood, we thought we would give you a peak of a special halloween light show right on top of the empire state tower. the lights start on the 72nd floor and go all the way to the top of the antenna. and this just hand few minutes ago. beautiful site on top of the empire state building. >>> from investigative reports to the lawsuits between former football players in the nfl, the risk of concussions getting a lot of attention. "techknow" kyle hill tells us how they are tryi
need to make an equal commitment to help education infrastructure and science investments that will secure our future. those agree areas -- taxes, the question of better care and lower cost through medicare reforms and budget fairness strike me as three areas where we can, as colleagues have side, come together and find common ground. i look forward to working with all of you to do that. >> thank you. mr. clyburn. >> the task of this committee is to an agreement budget. while it would've been prudent to have these negotiations last summer, i am pleased that we are now beginning these important discussions. we must address the automatic spending cuts that are hurting our economy and undercutting important priorities like education, medical research, and national security. but we must put our nation's fiscal house in order and reduce our debt to a manageable level. there are different ways to do this. some are better than others. on the graph you see on the screens, there are two lines. the red line tops the deficit over the past six years. the blue line charts the -- the re
employees for load resulting in $2 billion in lost wages around the country. 2000 fewer national science foundation competitive awards affecting more than 21,000 teachers, students, and technicians. less for the department of energy's office of the unitedsking states' leadership role in advanced computing. on investment for publicly funded scientific research and development is somewhere between 30% and 100% or more. at a time when economic success in the global market is determined more than ever by the pace of innovation, we cannot afford to reduce our investments in research. these cuts, which will only get are forcing impossible choices for american families. should mothers quit their jobs when their children lose access to head start? should promising young students rethink a career in science because of a lack of available research dollars? in addition to furloughs for andnse employees reductions to military readiness, the department of defense will lose $20 billion more in mid-january if we don't act to avoid another year of scoop -- sequester cuts. everyone in this conference has
they did good science on it i'm sure airlines are pushing to get that changed for customer service reasons if it comes, it comes and that is great. >> thanks for joining us for abc7 news at 4:00. >> abc7 news at 5:00 begins right now. >> this is not bad this, is deep. >> two dogs came out of nowhere to go on attack. we're live in the neighborhood where the search is on for their owner. >> also, that deadly bart accident creates ground breaking worker safety rules. >> wait until you see the bay area's newest tourist attraction. >> live on the roof of the kgotv broadcast center i'm sandhya patel with a spooktacular trick or treat forecast. you're not going to want to miss this one. stay tuned. >> good evening, search is on for owner two of dog that's went on the attack in antioch, injuring four people. >>> a neighbor's dog was hurt. police shot and killed one of the pit bulls and allen wong is live at antioch animal control office. allen? >> reporter: police are waiting for the pit bull owner to show up here to claim the dog. he is not facing criminal charges just a fine and challenge of co
to deal with your own fears. this is science, people. first, you had art with the potato. now, you have science. >>> finally, proof positive. it's like "gma" csi. yesterday in "pop news," sam and josh did not believe me when i said that teddy bear the porcupine was talking. i contacted teddy's people. he is an ambassador that educates kids on wildlife. his handler -- he's not a pet. his handler, alex, sent me new proof. take a listen. just listen. this is real. >> eat the pumpkin? >> you do not hear what i'm hearing? >> it's still not -- >> i still want to be there for you, lara. i do. >> i'm totally on your side. i got angry tweets yesterday. saying this is an animal ambassador for sick kids. and i'm totally, totally -- i bow. i beg forgiveness. >> wow. >> you, lara spencer, were absolutely right. >> lara -- >> well done. >> i'm a little teary. >>> give us some weather while i collect. thanks. it was talking. >> barely. barely consider yourself safe. let's look at -- let's get to the boards. we're going to start with the southwest. and the temperatures over the next couple of days. go
. having this information from all these collared animals helps us bring science to help deal with the management problems. >> reporter: his six month journey showed why they end up near cities, including boulder creek. it was too young to move into the older lions territory. it's too bad they couldn't have tracked it into adulthood. >> it was an interesting case because of how he was caught and how he started his life. it was his life on his own in a city. so i think maybe it's not a loss of information but actually further proof of the dangers that happen when lions are exposed heavily to human development. >> reporter: the puma project is tracking 18 other mountain lions. 39 ms loss was upset by the unusual capture of three others recently in one week. live in the santa cruz mountains, robert handa, ktvu channel 2 news. >>> getting into the holiday spirit ahead of schedule. the reason retailers are gearing up for the holiday shopping season whether shoppers are ready or not. >>> a new street drug. cheaper than heroin. why addicts say beware. >>> why a recent report of a win
. they are using a new technology called full body cryotherapy which employs ultracold to affect the body. science reporter carolyn johnson has the details. >> it may look like a sauna but it's actually the reverse. a super cold treatment known as cryotherapy. >> it's an advanced version of an ice pack. the co-owner said the treatment originated in japan in the 1970 for rheumatoid arthritis. clients spend two or three minutes in a cryosauna that takes skin temperatures down to 30 degrees fahrenheit. so cold that they wear protective clothing. >> gloves, socks, underwear and earmuffs. >> like standing outside in the snow with shorts and a tank top on. this woman said it helped her get back to competition after a torn hamstring. and this woman said it allowed her to return to exercise, despite arthritis. >> i'm able to do my water arobics and yoga. >> cold has become a hot topic in sports medicine. some experts now believe lowering an athlete's body immediately after exercise can speed up recover and lessen the pain often associated with exercise. but the biology is complicated and there's debate ov
. science reporter carolyn johnson has the details. >> it may look like a sauna but it's actually reverse. a super cold treatment known as cryotherapy. the co-owner said the treatment originated in japan in the 1970 for rheumatoid arthritis. you you spend two or three minutes down in this cold sauna. this takes skin temperatures down to 30 degrees fahrenheit. so cold that they wear protective clothing. >> gloves, socks, underwear and earmuffs. >> like standing outside in the snow with shorts and a tank top on. it allowed this woman to return to exercise, despite arthritis. >> i'm able to do my water arobics and yoga. >> cold has become a hot topic in sports medicine. some experts now believe lowering an athletes body immediately after exercise can speed up recover and lessen the pain associated with exercise. but the biology is complicated and there's debate over how different methods of cooling actually effect the body. this physical therapist has worked with the cryotherapy chamber and said he's seen results. >> we really want to get all that inflammatory processing going and get it mov
. they are using a technology called full body therapy which employ he is ultracold to affect the body. science reporter carolyn johnson has the details. >> it may look like a sauna but it's actually reverse. a super new treatment known at chiro therapy. the co-owner said the treatment originated in japan in the 1970 for rheumatoid arthritis. this takes skin temperatures down to 30 degrees fahrenheit. so cold they wear protective clothing. >> gloves, socks, underwear and earmuffs. >> like standing outside in the snow with shorts and t third on. it allowed this woman to return to exercise, despite arthritis. >> i'm able to do my water arobics and yoga. >> cold has become a hot topic in sports medicine. some believe lowering an athletes body immediately after exercise can speed up recover and lessen the pain associated with exercise. but the biology is complicated and there's debate over how different methods of cooling actually effect the body. this therapist has worked with the chamber and said he's seen results. >> we really want to get all that inflammatory processing going and get it moving
to a science. coming up, we'll talk about what they're doing here. we'll also talk about some of the trick or treaters. and we always, of course, urge you to do it safely. sending it back to you on television hill. >> good advice to be safe, tim. thank you very much. >>> let's check on the roads with wjz traffic control. hi, kristy. >> hi, kai. hi, everyone. happy halloween. we have delays to start off. 70 westbound, from 29 to marriottsville road. traveling on the west side inner loop, stop and go from wilkens avenue, past liberty. average speed there, about 29 miles per hour average. on the top side of the beltway a lot of congestion from the jones falls expressway past perring parkway. also watch for congestion on northbound 95. stretching from 32 to 100. then you'll see traffic slow down again, from 395, approaching the fort mchenry tunnel. if you are traveling in baltimore, a couple of events. and also because of the university of baltimore event, watch for closures. mountain royal between west oliver and cathedral. let's now take a live look. as you can see, we have a bit of a volume
to you by mummies of the world. the exhibition now open at the maryland science center. >>> the family of a man who died in city police custody is demanding millions of dollars from the police department. mike schuh has the story. >> reporter: good morning. the family of 46-year-old anthony anderson witness ed police trying to apprehend him on a drug stop. police say anderson as he was being taken to the ground tried to swallow drugs. his family said he was not detained in a lawful way. they say the beating he received, according to maryland law is a wrongful death. the medical examiner declared his death a homicide but prosecutors did not press charges against the officers involved. city police have no comment on this lawsuit. i'm mike schuh reporting from police head quarters. >> thank you. >>> a masked man opened fire and killed a person on halloween. it was just before 8:00 police responded to railroad avenue. rene achila was shot and died at the hospital. police think it was a robbery. anyone with information is urged to call anne arundel county police. >>> stay with wjz 13, maryl
years ago. it's been eight years in the making, trying to do the science. we certainly didn't want to move this forward if we felt we were not on, you know, sound, scientific ground. >> beyond the issue of whether or not the government is always hovering over us and policing us, you have james calvin with the new york association of convenience stores. he says 18 and 19 and 20-year-olds who smoke won't be able to buy cigarettes in our stores, but they'll still be able to smoke because there's a thriving black market in new york city that accounts for half of the cigarette market here. so half of the market, according to him, exists underground in new york city where you can buy anything these days that's a knockoff. >> i'd say two things. number one, i don't really believe that number. one of the things we did yesterday is pass a bill that was put forward by the mayor that has all kinds of new measures that the city could take to crack down on the black market because we realize doing this can lead to more of a black market. so the bill that we did yesterday with this bill is a bil
science hospital, the director says that one patient arrived in critical condition. the two patients are listed in fair, that some of the information we're getting. we're going to go to local coverage to listen in to the information they've been able to obtain. >> and actually, we're being told right now that all of the victims according to sources still waiting to hear where this information is coming from. preliminary reports, nbc news is telling us that all of the victims were in fact tsa agents. we knew earlier that two had been shot, one of those tsa agents was shot and killed, now we're told there are three total victims, all of them tsa agents. again, what happened to the shooter? the gunman, still conflicting reports there. we've heard from some reports he was shot and killed. lapd detectives have told us he is in custody. so a lot of information, a fluent situation as we're following all of these developments right now and hoping at any minute now, we're eight minutes behind schedule. we're supposed to get an updated briefing from the mayor and from lapd chief charlie beck.
about it. >> we don't know about the bathroom light, however. but science could be breaking new ground today. >> try to use some of this material for the cma awards. >> we won't beat this. >> you already have, my friend. >>> let's go to "gma weekend" co-anchor, dan abrams. dan abrams will be back. >> i will be dan harris, doing the news with carrie underwood to my right. we're going to start with the severe weather that sam has been telling us about all morning. 13 inches of rain in central texas, triggering dangerous flash floods, swamping entire neighborhoods. east, a boy was killed by a downed power line in nashville. and in kansas, this school bus, trying to cross a rain-swollen creek, plunging into the water. >>> a federal appeals court reinstating controversial new abortion restrictions in texas. overruling a lower court. the law was approved earlier this year, despite loud protests from women's groups. >>> house republicans providing damning new evidence this morning about the launch of obama care. they say documents show only six people enrolled for health insurance on the firs
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the fa. a has moved finally to make things fit the, fit the science which, no documents problem means that you should be allowed to use them. tracy: mary, tracy byrnes. you alluded to cell phone thing. why not cell phones? other than annoyance, rudeness factor of your neighbor talking entire time what's the difference? >> because the cell phone issue is not a federal aviation administration issue. the cell phone ban is federal communications issue. it is different frequencies. for the airlines to allow these personal electronic devices they have to certify to the faa they have tested planes and they can with stand high-intensity radio frequencies. new planes can. they're built that way. this is tougher on older airlines. the cell phone is slow government agency and slow one. the fcc is even behind the faa. ashley: i'm always interested, mary, pilots themselves sitting in the cockpit nearest to the instruments were already using e-devices and using internet connections, right? >> that's right. the pilots already have an electronic flight deck, electronic flight bay. they have been issu
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awaited >>> at 25 minutes past 8:00 a live look at the science center. mummies on the inside, cold people on the outside. sharon is going to wrap up the rush after marty's first warning weather. >>> a high of 48 degrees. it's in the mid 30s now. the normals are 1 is and 6 #0 31 and 60 now. >>> good morning. another accident to tell you about on a major roadway. 95 northbound at white marsh boulevard blocking the left lane. still have the accident off to the shoulder on the inner loop of the beltway after wilkins. perry hall boulevard at white marsh and another one on 648 at virginia avenue and southbound 2 at east/west boulevard. speeds on the teens on the west side outer loop. speeds in the 20s on 95 between white marsh and the beltway. that's a look at the west side where it's moving very slow. this traffic report is brought to you by united healthcare stepping up for better healthcare. >>> a baltimore city woman is dead after being mauled by her own dog. mike schuh has the story. >> reporter: good morning. that animal had previously been in the crust ustody of animal control. in april
probably heard that practicing medicine is a -- it's an art, really, not a science. and when doctors are trying to even diagnose things, sometimes it's the -- you know, they prescribe a few things and then they realize what you had after something finally worked. i don't see how it can be pay performance like a job and a normal business where, you know, hey, if you do well, you get paid. if you don't -- how could you design a system, really, that's totally dependent on favorable outcomes? it seems like a difficult thing to do in practice. >>el with, i think it is difficult. but our current payment system doesn't begin to look at the complexity of care or the range of outcomes. there's nothing in there to really motivate and stimulate moving towards a more efficient system. in nearly 30 years of practice as a neurologist, seeing patients with complex care, probably 30% of the patients say were misdiagnosed and had the wrong tests done and some were treated inappropriately and that causes a lot of waste. >> do you get your money back from the doctor if that happens or the guy loses his
surprise fees. ♪ it's not rocket science. it's just common sense. from td ameritrade. >>> welcome back to "new day." federal prosecutors are stepping in to investigate the death of a 17-year-old high school athlete found inside a rolled up gym mat. police had said it was a freak accident but his parents call it foul play. cnn's victor blackwell has been investigating the story for months and he's in macon, georgia for us this morning. >> the johnson family will stand on a street corner in downtown valdosta with pictures and signs that read what happened to kendrick johnson? this morning will be different. this morning they know that the u.s. attorney wants an answer to that question, too. when he comes to valdosta, he's not bringing signs. he's bringing in the fbi. >> no justice! >> reporter: after months of rallies and protests, an announcement that the family of kendrick johnson hopes will lead to what they consider to be justice. >> at this time, however, i am of the opinion that a base exists for my office to conduct a formal review of the facts and investigation surrounding the de
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